Kane Brown Laments Lost Love in New ‘Whiskey Sour’ Video
Kane Brown launched an acoustic video to underline the heartbreak of his new music “Whiskey Sour.” The breakup ballad is delivered as if the singer has one very particular ex-lover on his thoughts.
This beforehand unreleased music is the third he is dropped from a still-unannounced subsequent undertaking. “Whiskey Sour” was introduced to followers late final month with an Instagram video of Brown listening to a brief portion of the recording.
“I like attending to sing different individuals’s tales,” Brown shared, indicating that he didn’t write the music. Still, his efficiency is private and convincing.
A single digital camera filmed the music video in a single take, circling Brown and a bunch of gamers that features a fiddler and acoustic guitarist. It’s a extra conventional efficiency than many from his earlier two studio albums on Sony Music Nashville. His subsequent album, Brown says, goes to be an actual mixture of genres, however he did strive exhausting to lean into his conventional facet.
“One Mississippi” is Brown’s present radio single, however he additionally closed 2021 with the yr’s most-played music on nation radio: “Famous Friends” was his collaboration with Chris Young.
“So now I take my whiskey bitter / Sitting barside after hours / Thinking how can I recover from it / If the love was by no means ours,” Brown sings on the refrain of “Whiskey Sour.”
“I do know you bought my message / All my Xs and my Os / And it kills me by the hour / Now I take my whiskey sours alone.”